Yellowstone National Park offers some of the best sightseeing the U.S. and Montana for wildlife, mountain vistas, pristine lakes and rivers, and
interesting geological activity at the park’s many geysers and hot springs. It’s truly a national treasure, and a not-to-miss part of your Montana vacation. Below you’ll find some of the basic info you’ll need to start planning your vacation to Yellowstone National Park. We also have info on Montana hotels and lodging to stay at.
Yellowstone National Park Basics:
Yellowstone has the distinction of being the first U.S. National Park. It was founded in 1872.
Main Yellowstone Contact: (307) 344-7381
Yellowstone Fees: Entrance is $25 per vehicle for 7 days. $12 for visitors on bike or foot, $20 per motorcycle. You can also do a $80 annual pass that lets you into most federally managed recreation sites.
Getting to Yellowstone: There are Three Montana entrances to the park, on on the Northeast side through West Yellowstone, one on the North side through Gardiner, and one on the Northeast side through Cooke City. Billings airport is probably the most convenient international airport to all of these entrances.
- Montana Maps: Yellowstone National Park
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